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to the situation. instead kerry insist odd a ten-day trip that starts in london. that raised a few eyebrows, says one state department adviser about kerry's decision. in london yesterday kerry poured on his trademark diplomatic harm to show that the special relationship was alive and well. >> it's no accident for sure that this is the first stop on my trip as secretary of state. i came here many, many years ago as a young child, managed to get lost in london zoo. i want to thank somebody for find meg. >> his diplomatic chops were put to the test when he had to privately promise syrian opposition leaders more nonmilitary aid to end their threatened boycott of an international friends of syria meeting. kerry will attend that in rome later this week in london the secretary said the u.s. was examining its options. >> this moment is ripe for us to be considering what more we can do. we are determined that the syrian opposition is not going to be dangling in the wind, wondering where the support is or if it's coming, and we are determined to change the calculation on the ground for president assad. >>
bail. >> kitty has more live from london. >> we have seen the dpeens and prosecution giving their final arguments for this hearing. the magistrate going offer to make his decision a decision he describes as unenviable. the prosecution says he is a flight risk. he would go to such lengths to avoid a trial. the defense says he's not a flight risk. it would be hard for him to fee. s they argue this is not a case of pre-meditated murder. they say oscar pistorius loves his girlfriend he tried to save her life and he did not intend to kill her. we are expecting a final decision within an hour or so. he should still face a full trial in months. >> live in london, thank you. >> time fnow for the top 5@5:30. we may learn what the obama administration knew right after the benghazi terror attack. they may confirm e-mails about the attack. they removed terms like al qaeda. it is expected an intelligence committee will see the e-mails next week. >> susan rice used the talking points when she went on five talk shows and said the attack was not terrorism. 15 republican senators are urging president ob
of the stars of the london olympics shoots and kills his famous girlfriend in the middle of the night. emmy award-winning broadcaster mary carillo will join us for this story. don't forget you can listen to my radio show on sirius xm radio channel 127 monday through friday noon to 3:00 p.m. share your thoughts with us on facebook and on twitter using the #edshow. we're coming right back. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredible things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ >>> welcome back to "the ed show." big story tonight. there is a big pot of money outside of the united states. and it will help reduce the deficit. now, we've all heard about it. we've got to find revenue streams to come in. well, let's do this. two simple words. tax evasion. today the united states signed a major agreement with switzerland to crack down on ta
. more important news here. nobody is sequestered anymore at dulles airport or in london. andrea mitchell literally just got back from flying in. are your arms tired? traveling with second kerry. she comes in, and you are going to be going back out with secretary kerry, but this is his first big trip. you were there at the start, and let's get right to the news. he met with his russian counterpart, and some potentially big news coming having to do with syria. >> well, first of all, he met with lavrov for quite a long time. we're told they discussed all their issues, which are syria, principalically, and also iran because there are talks today in kazakhstan with the western powers and iran for the first time in six months. >> although nobody expects much out of it until after the iranian elections, but there seems to be more wiggle room. the red line pushed back a little farther, according to the very technical details in that u.n. weapons inspectors report last week. >> what kerry hinted at in our meetings in london in our news conference was that there could be a change of policy afoot.
us from london. what can we expect today? >> reporter: hi. the judge who is overseeing this bail hearing said he'll make an announcement very soon, probably within 30 to 45 minutes if s osr put pistons, the sprinter known to the world as the blade runner will be free on bail or will he stay in jail until that trial which could take months. both sides, the prosecution and defense have rested their case after four days that have seen a real momentum shift in pistorius' favor especially after yesterday's bombshell when we learned that the lead investigator laying out the case actually against pistorius is himself facing seven charges of attempted murder. the defense had already at that point forced the investigator to back down on many points even admitting pistorius' story is plausible. in a state of panic he could have shot his girlfriend, killed his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp by mistake thinking her to be a dangerous intruder. the prosecution says that pistorius killed reeva steenkamp in cold blood, he has a history of violent behavior and freeing him on bail would give him a ch
which occurred in the context of 9/11, the london bombing, the madrid train station bombing and then of course, al-qaeda which was blowing up civilians, the purpose of the interrogations was to prevent the events from happening which they failed at. >> why are the senators against that. >> they're intent on focusing on one thing, torture to the exclusion of these other issues, that's, to my opinion, why they're doing it, because senators are egotistical grandstanders. >> you're looking at the very definition of ideology and if it's not senator feinstein's mom that this is about the bombing and the terror, but, we want to change your view. this is an outrage and when she said dark times, the dark times are taking us back to. >> briefly, matt, is it going to win? >> i doubt it. >> paul: all right, we have to take one more break. when he we come back, our hits and misses of the week. [ male announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxi
old. by then he had already become one of the london's most important men of letters and possibly the world's greatest wit. but that didn't stop england from charging him with 25 counts of gross indecencies and conspiracies to commit gross indecencies when he was 40 years old. the prosecution called young male witnesses to testify about the criminal sexual behavior oscar wilde engaged in when homosexual sex was a crime in england and most of the world. during the trial, the prosecutor read a poem by lord alfred douglas that wilde said he admired and asked wilde to interpret one of the lines of the poem. the prosecutor's question was, quote, what is the love that dare not speak its name? oscar wilde gave a long answer at the end of which the court transcript indicates, loud applause mingled with some hiss. the sex crime defendant facing ruination as he sat in the witness stand answered the question this way. the love that dare not speak its name in this century is such a great affection of an elder for a younger man, such a plato made the very basis of his philosophy and in michela
. secretary kerry is in london today on his first overseas trip as america's top diplomate. he has direct words for iran about its nuclear program which some consider the biggest diplomatic challenge we face. >> the window for a diplomatic solution simply cannot by definition remain open forever. but it is open today. it is open now, and there is still time, but there is only time if iran makes the decision to come to the table and to negotiate in good faith. jenna: timing is everything here. talks with iran begin again tomorrow. james rosen is traveling with secretary kerry and he joins us by phone. james, we talked a little bit about what secretary kerry said today. before he got started on this trip there was some diplomatic turbulence as you might describe. tell us more about that. >> reporter: a good day from london, jenna where the motorcade is moving toward the airport. secretary kerry has plans to hit nine countries in eleven days on this tour. four of them are traditional allies in europe, london, paris, berlin, rome, before he swings through five arab and muslim countries, turke
the story from london. >> the latest figure shows euro zone falling deeper in recession. >> europe is spluttering, stuttering and having a terrible time. >> effectively a double dip recession. some of the hardest hit country were debt-plagued spain and italy. france was sluggish. growth in germany down .6%. slow growth in economic powerhouse germany is especially worrying. the weakness is hurting the german exports. adding to economic headache, strike of security workers for higher pay snarled airports in germany today. >> he said is up it. even if i suffer for it. further come pounding problems debt-ridden countries are saddled with high unemployment. the jobless rate in greece is record 27%. i come here all the time. there are no jobs. economists say there could be some pick nun euro growth this year. that would be good news for the u.s. europe is our biggest trading partner. nearly $650 billion in two-way trade last year. >> we all barely growing if we are increasing taxes. and cutting spending. then that will have a direct impact on the wealth of ordinary americans. talks have
in front of the facility today killing a turkish guard. amy kellogg live from our london bureau with that. amy. >> reporter: hi, jon. no one has yet claimed responsibility for this terrorist attack which obviously killed the suicide bomber, but also as you mentioned, jon, killed that turkish guard at the perimeter of the u.s. embassy, and, jon, according to fox sources in turkey that attack also wounded a very well respected female turkish journalist who according to that source had been the first person, the first journalist to interview ambassador richardioni and he apparently has gone to visit her in the hospital. she is apparently in serious condition. it turns out according to turkish authorities that the bomber was a member of a far left militant revolutionary group called the people's liberation front which initial here went off turkish military and military installations but in recent decades shifted to targeting u.s. military and diplomatic personnel. leftist groups are on the list of domestic security threats that turkey faces and they are known to periodically set off bombs. th
/11 and the london bombings and the madrid bombings. it will be about this obsession of theirs whether one part of the movie, the enhanced interrogations will convince the american people that led to the capture of usama bin laden. senator feinstein completely unbalanced the reception to this film and in the event, seems to have intimidated hollywood into dropping kathryn bigelow from best director. it has no chance of winning best picture,. jenna: do you think it should? >> i definitely think it should win best picture. it was the best picture made. it was so well-received last year. the issue is why do we end up obsessed with something like enhanced interrogation, turning "zero dark thirty." the torture movie, when it is about something so larger than that. jenna: a very small part of the movie is about the scene that caused so much controversy. seems there is a battle over narrative. who owns the story about what happened on 9/11, and who has the story right. here is this battle between lawmakers who, a role in that story and those that create the movies about our country that also has a rol
in london and new york. she couldn't have been nicer, kinder, and we had a great time and it was a great party and we enjoyed it. it's like seeing babe ruth at one time. >> you didn't hit on her, did you? >> i certainly did not. >> who made better taco dip, me or porter. >> don't put me in that bind. >> was there velvetta in it? that's it for us, we'll see you back here tomorrow before bob embarrasses someone else. >> bleed a little now or a lot later. the president you do congress to come up with a short term plan to avoid devastating defense sequester cuts. this is special report. >>> good evening, i'm john roberts in for bret baier. the white house dreamed of a specker of spending cuts to reach a budget deal. it was supposed to be a bluff but today president obama called his own bluff pleading with congress to kick the sequester deadline down the road. to win them over he offered a package of spending cuts and more tax increases. how was that playing on capitol hill? here's ed henry. >> warning the nation's economic recovery hangs in the balance, president obama prodded congress to st
with weight, and our country, your from london, u.k., our obsession with genetically processed foods and all that, america does have a weight obsession. i think chris christie is the future of the republican party and i couldn't embrace him more wholeheartedly. i love the way he is frank, straightforward, he says what he thinks. and he's just practical and pragmatic, and speaks with a lot of common sense. >> van, to me, it's a bit of a nonissue. i think he's a very popular guy, and even today. i can imagine many americans watching his reaction going, good for you. take her down. >> i can understand that. everybody loves this governor right now. he's fresh, he's frank. i think he has to be a little careful. he didn't have to attack her motives, call her a hack, tell her to shut up. those kinds of things may play well at this stage of his career. but you start thinking about, do you want a commander in chief who -- when a doctor makes the observation that frankly every american has made, can this guy actually pull this office? can he do it? can he physically do it? my doctor has told me, watch
, corruption from libor to the london whale to securitizing bad debt. the mythology of jamie dimon should be ripped apart. people should know the truth about jpmorgan. >> tonight we learn the banking industry recorded its highest earnings since before the financial crisis. wall street bonuses are also up, yet the middle class still feeling the pinch in this country in a big, big way. what is the solution? >> well, look, the solution is that since 1975, median family income has been flat. wages have been flat because we have permitted the tax burden to shift to the middle class and the poor, and we have exempted the wealthy. we have broken down union rules that permitted unions to organize. we have also had technology and globalization, two things we can't repeal and shouldn't repeal. but we need social policies that begin to help the middle class, which means changes in tax policy, rules relating to organization. >> governor spitzer, good to have you with us on "the ed show" tonight. come back. >> i. >> thank you so much. >>> up next, the south wants the federal government to stop meddlin
went to london. let's go to sochi. i've always wanted to go there. >> we both will. >> we can't take the motorcycle there though. let's take a look outside. a beautiful shot of the washington monument. it was really a very pleasant day. we saw a lot of sunshine. most of us saw a lot of sunshine. if we look at the records from december 1st right on through today, this was only the tenth day of complete sunshine during the afternoon. most days have had a little clouds across much of the area during the winter. high temperature today got 49 degrees under that sunshine. a little bit above average. a low of 34. right now, we're back down to 42 degrees. winds at 9 miles an hour giving us a little windchill. 43 in culpepper. it's on the cool side. but it's not cold for this time of year. radar not showing anything around our region. watch this. you take a look at the mid-atlantic and there's almost nothing to talk about. except for the next storm that's making its way our way. that storm is starting to form along the gulf. the sunny skies are out of here. we'll see a lot of cloud cover duri
at the entrance to the embassy. bill: amy kellogg watching it all from london now. has there been a claim of responsibility, amy? >> reporter: not yet, bill. the turkish prime minister erdouan has said it is a suicide bombing there may have been a lot of groups behind this attack or at the u.s. embassy in ankara. it could have been islamist type group operating in turkey. in 2003 there were dramatic attacks on synagogues at the british consulate in istanbul and hsbc bankhead quarters there. separatists typically set off bombs in the southern part of the turkey. they're quite active. there is resistance to the deployment of u.s. patriot anti-missile batteries that have just been put in place to protect turkish population centers from possible attacks from syria. i just got a note from the deputy foreign minister of turkey saying that their hearts and minds are with the embassy staff right now in ankara and the foreign ministry will be issuing some sort of a statement as soon as possible. one dead who is the suicide bomber and a turkish guard at the check point. bill: were there reports of
in the notorious monarch. what would he have done if he lived in the era of twitter? richard quest is in london. i asked him to explain how the long dead ruler is getting a royal makeover. >> reporter: erin, this is the portrait most familiar of richard iii but this is the recreation from the scans of the skull that was found in that parking lot in middle england. note the tightness of the skin and the way artists have put the hair and the reality to it. it was commissioned by the richard iii society and when they announced it, they said his grace, richard, king of england, france and ireland. i leave you to decide which of the two you actually prefer. >> i just think he looks sort of like a woman. >>> let's check in with anderson cooper with a look at what's coming up on "ac 360." >> we got more on breaking news on the program. the fbi has just released pictures of the bunker where 5-year-old ethan was held for a week. it's so unimaginable. we will hear from martin savidge, who has more details on exactly what went on inside that bunker and how the rescue went down. >>> also, charles poland died
at his home outside london after a year long battle with lung cancer. reg presley was 71. ♪ wild thing, i think i love you. ♪ but i want to know for sure. , impact life expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. more "likes." more tweets. so, beginning today, my son brock and his whole team will be our new senior social media strategists. any questions? since we make radiator valves wouldn't it be better if we just let fedex help us to expand to new markets? hmm gotta admit that's better than a few "likes." i don't have the door code. who's that? he won a contest online to be ceo for the day. how am i supposed to run a business here without an office?! [ male announcer ] fast, reliable deliveries worldw
? richard quest is in london. i asked him to explain how the long dead ruler is getting a royal makeover. >> reporter: erin, this is the portrait most familiar of richard iii but this is the recreation from the scans of the skull that was found in that parking lot in middle england. note the tightness of the skin and the way artists have put the hair and the reality to it. it was commissioned by the richard iii society and when they announced it, they said his grace, richard, king of england, france and ireland. i leave you to decide which of the two you actually prefer. >>> now our fifth story out front, fat attack. new jersey governor chris christie's weight has always provided fodder for late night comics but last night, christie showed he could deal just as well as he could take. here he is. >> i have made jokes about you, not just one or two, not just ongoing here and there, intermittent, but -- >> i didn't know this was going to be this long. >> i think we know who got the upper hand on that one. "outfront" tonight, the world's first plus-size super model and simone, fitness guru a
think it's me, own -- our obsession with weight. and just in our country with -- you're from london, uk. like our obsession with genetically processed foods and all that. i think america does have a weight obsession. separate of that i think chris christie is the future of the republican party and i couldn't embrace him more wholeheartedly. look at his performance during the hurricane. i love the way he is frank, straightforward, he says what he thinks. and he's just practical and pragmatic, and speaks with a lot of common sense. >> i mean, van, to me it's a bit of a non-issue, this. i just think he's a very popular guy. and even today i can imagine many americans watching his reaction going, good on you. take her down. >> yeah. i can understand that. listen, first of all, everybody loves this governor right now. and you know, he's fresh, he's frank. but i think he's got to be a little bit careful. he didn't have to attack her motives, call her a hack, tell her to shut up. those kinds of things may play well at this stage of his career. while he's still kind of establishing. but you sta
achievers. you get to places like a new haven or a hartford or a new london where 40% of the children fail to get out of a -- to get a high-school diploma, it is related to socio-economic spirit if you are opposing that as an excuse, that is not an excuse. you can draw this a long home ownership plans, racial lines, family income lines, you can also draw it along the line that quite frankly, we know what works and education. we have enough models of there that tell us you can educate anybody. we are more likely to replicate our failures than our successes. every time there is a success and education people running around trying to explain why that is not applicable. it is applicable. we need to replicate those experiences. >> should teachers be more of a partner in this effort? in your experience, they are a pretty fiercely opposed to what you were trying to do. a lot of money against your plan. >> in the end, we have a package. we have a package that the secretary described as the most comprehensive single reform package passed in any state. yes, it was a pretty bad dust up and some elbow
of government. and the times of london picked up on this piece. a new plan for the eu. the big international news is that the president announced 34,000 troops in afghanistan will come home in a year. >> tonight i can announce that over the next year, another 34,000 american troops will come home from afghanistan. this drawdown will continue and by the end of next year or war in afghanistan will be over. [ applause ] >> i want to bring in richard engel. welcome to both of you. >> nice to be here. again, second in a row. >> let's talk about foreign affairs that had been telegraphed by the white house. he talked about afghanistan, a very brief mention of the middle east. what kind of reaction are you hearing across this part of the world? >> not a great reaction. not much reaction at all. he barely mentioned the middle east. i think people in the middle east had been look iing for a little bit more u.s. leadership on syria. and there's a recognition in the region that syria is a black hole that could suck the other countries into. it. and all the president said was, we continue to oppose assad
friend. >> thank you. >>> one of the feel good stories of the 2012 london olympics is adding a bizarre chapter. there was a shooting at the home of oscar pistorius known as the blade runner. all police say so far is that a 26-year-old has been charged with the murder of pistorius' girlfriend who was found shot to death inside the runner's home. now, pistorius was the first amputee to compete on the track at an able-bodied olympic games. . and covered in rich double-roasted peanuts. mmm. [ hero ] yummy. [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. it's super delicious! to compete on the global stage. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university, we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure everyone's is ready with the know how we need for a new tomorrow. [ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make sure you're ready. at devry.edu. ♪ i love the fact that quicken loans provides va loans. quicken loans understood the details and gu
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 81 (some duplicates have been removed)